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Caravaggio

A pilgrimage.

Death of the Virgin, 1606. wikimedia commons

I came to Italy for Pompeii, but I came to Rome for Caravaggio. I encountered my first Caravaggio painting at the Louvre when I came across his convincing depiction of the “Death of the Virgin.” There was something so three-dimensionally lifelike about the recumbent image of Mary that convinced me that this man named Caravaggio was someone to be reckoned with. I had to look at the date that it was painted at least three times…

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Krista Marson

Krista Marson

An avid traveler who has been grounded by the pandemic. Author of Memory Road Trip: https://books2read.com/u/47ND2E

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